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ironman2284 2 14 February 11, 2016 at 05:33 PM in DSLR (7) More eBay Deals
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Promoted 02-18-2016 by brisar at 08:13 AM View Original Post
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electronicsvalley via eBay has Nikon D750 Full Frame DSLR Camera (Body Only) for $1299. Shipping is free. Thanks ironman2284

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Written by brisar

This is a gray market seller, but this is the only way you can get this body for this price. Ebay has very good return policy, so it's well worth considering. For a review of the Nikon D750 Camera, head over to Digital Photography Review

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Edited February 19, 2016 at 08:02 AM by BostonGirl
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Nikon-D75...SwUuFWvQF4

Grey market but comes with one-year seller warranty.

Seller seems reputable.

Return eligible + 15% restocking fee.
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When was the last time you had a DSLR body fail through no fault of your own (user-caused damage isn't covered under warranty)? Mass defects are repaired no matter which market you bought it in. You also have much better support through a third party warranty than the 1-year from Nikon.

Gray market camera parts are fine. It isn't like you're buying a gray market car, which has many mechanical parts, and where warranty repairs are common. You have one moving major moving part - the shutter, and if there's an issue, either you will see it within 30-days, or more likely years later when a Nikon-USA warranty wouldn't matter in the first place.

Not much of a gamble.
just got a gray market D750 for christmas from Redtag eBay. complete original box, all bits included. Nothing different from USA version so far. except this is from Australia so all the photos are upside down....
I received my camera today and everything looks good. Gold Nikon box (with EU stamp). USA power cable came with the adapter. Also included battery, D750 strap, connection cable, DK-5 eyepiece block, and software. No manual!?

Camera powered right up and the shutter count was indeed zero! Overall I feel great about this deal right now.

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Was thinking to get the D750 or D800......

they are about the same price.....(grey market D750 vs used/open box D800) ............


Any idea?
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Quote from KingVijay View Post :
Was thinking to get the D750 or D800......

they are about the same price.....(grey market D750 vs used/open box D800) ............


Any idea?
Depends on your goals. Each has strengths vs the other in certain areas.
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Quote from KingVijay View Post :
Was thinking to get the D750 or D800......

they are about the same price.....(grey market D750 vs used/open box D800) ............


Any idea?
I think the d750 is a much more well rounded camera - will work for everything from action (excellent AF system), landscapes, portraiture. If you focus on landscapes and portraiture though, I'd lean towards a used d810
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Depends on your goals. Each has strengths vs the other in certain areas.
Should be most likely picture only, I know D750 has better video thingy and also AF system?
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I think the d750 is a much more well rounded camera - will work for everything from action (excellent AF system), landscapes, portraiture. If you focus on landscapes and portraiture though, I'd lean towards a used d810
I understand that D810 is better, OF COURSE.......the price tells me that lol.......but the bank tells otherwise....LOL

I know that D750 has D4's AF system,(not sure if I remember it right tho.....). If I read it right, I think the biggest diff between D750 and D800 should be just video....maybe some ISO noise???
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Quote from KingVijay View Post :
I understand that D810 is better, OF COURSE.......the price tells me that lol.......but the bank tells otherwise....LOL

I know that D750 has D4's AF system,(not sure if I remember it right tho.....). If I read it right, I think the biggest diff between D750 and D800 should be just video....maybe some ISO noise???
In general (though there are exceptions to the rule of course as technology improves) the higher megapixels of the d800 sensor vs the d750 means smaller individual pixels, which leads to poorer low light performance - which yes is related to noise
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Has anyone ever personally had an issue with these grey market bodies? Everyone is always quick to point out that they're grey market, but I've never seen anyone's personal horror stories regarding them. Anyone?
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I bought a grey market D750 for my wife from redtagcamera on Ebay around Black Friday for the same price. No issues and the camera works beautifully so far.
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if you save a $1000 buying grey market and it breaks and you need to buy another the cost would be $2600.

$1,299*2=2600

one on the real market costs $2000...

basically taking a $600 gamble but if it doesnt break you save $700.

$2000-1299=700
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if you save a $1000 buying grey market and it breaks and you need to buy another the cost would be $2600.

$1,299*2=2600

one on the real market costs $2000...

basically taking a $600 gamble but if it doesnt break you save $700.

$2000-1299=700
When was the last time you had a DSLR body fail through no fault of your own (user-caused damage isn't covered under warranty)? Mass defects are repaired no matter which market you bought it in. You also have much better support through a third party warranty than the 1-year from Nikon.

Gray market camera parts are fine. It isn't like you're buying a gray market car, which has many mechanical parts, and where warranty repairs are common. You have one moving major moving part - the shutter, and if there's an issue, either you will see it within 30-days, or more likely years later when a Nikon-USA warranty wouldn't matter in the first place.

Not much of a gamble.
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Last edited by Masejoer February 11, 2016 at 07:38 PM
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Even though I had only 2 SLRs till date and only one of them being Grey market, I think the failure rate on these devices is miniscule.
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I would bet it would fail early on, or very late in the camera's life. Get it, open it, use it like crazy for the first few days and file an ebay claim if you get a defective one. Worth the risk in my opinion.
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Has anyone ever personally had an issue with these grey market bodies? Everyone is always quick to point out that they're grey market, but I've never seen anyone's personal horror stories regarding them. Anyone?
I purchased a Fuji X-E2 grey market and saved hundreds. Get a Square Trade warranty if concerned. They have a relationship with eBay and will cover grey market electronics, but only when purchased through eBay. Nikon repair centers (2) will not work on grey, but there are plenty of other highly qualified tech shops that gladly will and with access to Nikon parts. Nikon has to implement this policy to help protect their authorized dealers, but when the dollar amount is substantial, I will continue to buy grey.
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